Chuck Fletcher took the helm of the Minnesota Wild on May 22, 2009 and ran the club for just shy of a full decade when he was let go on April 23, 2018. He was responsible for nine drafts and pulled a mixed bag to say the least. A common theme of early success and … Continue reading Chuck Fletcher’s Draft History with the Wild
Ron Hextall was brought back to the City of Brotherly Love 15 years after his playing career ended with one objective in mind- rebuild the Philadelphia Flyers. Through his five seasons at the helm of the Flyers organization, he oversaw some of the most interesting drafts in their history. Ever since his firing in 2018 … Continue reading Ron Hextall’s Draft History with the Flyers
When Paul Holmgren was named general manager on an interim basis in November of 2006, the uphill battle he had in front of him to salvage the worst season in Flyers' history was massive. Yet, he had no problem rising to the occasion. He jumped into action, trimmed the fat and made additions where it … Continue reading Recapping the Flyers Summer of 2007
The rapid spread of the coronavirus has put a halt to life as we know it. Countries have are on lockdown. All non-essential facilities have closed. The highly contagious illness has caused the cancellation or postponements of conferences, concerts, and sports leagues, with the NHL being just one of many leagues to immediately cease their … Continue reading 9 Game Review #8: 6 Game Edition (Thanks, Coronavirus)
Coming into this stretch of games, the Philadelphia Flyers played pretty well coming out of the bye week and All-Star Break to keep themselves in the thick of the playoff race. However, the past nine games saw the Orange and Black face a true make-or-break set of games, with most of their matches coming against … Continue reading 9 Game Review #7 – Philly is Flying to the Playoffs
A look at the Flyer's newest additions at the trade deadline, and what they mean for this team moving forward.
After what was by far their worst stretch of hockey during the 2019-20 season, the Philadelphia Flyers knew that they were at rock bottom. Things could only get better, and they would have to if they wanted to be playing for the Stanley Cup come April. They faced a daunting road with matches against some … Continue reading 9 Game Review #6: Steamrolling into the Second Half
The Flyers fell apart during their annual West Coast road trip, but rebounded once they returned to Philadelphia.
The Flyers fell out of a playoff spot as they fell victim to injuries and received devastating news about a budding forward.
After three straight underwhelming performances, the Flyers rebounded and gathered hard-fought wins en route to a 4-game win streak to close out November.